2nd Shift Setup Mechanic III
Set up Mechanic III
Set up Mechanic
Works for Production but must also interface with the Engineering and Planning Departments to maintain efficiencies.
Responsible for ensuring proper and on time set up and operation of production equipment in assigned department(s) for self and other mechanics. Also responsible for safety, following G.M.P. procedures, routine maintenance and training of lower classified mechanics.
1.Responsible for having all machinery in a department in proper running condition correctly located and properly adjusted for scheduled production.
2.He or she must be capable of detecting wear, mal-adjustments and impending breakdowns of production machinery and equipment and of making rapid and effective repairs and replacements to maintain production and avoid downtime.
3.He or she must have a broad, general familiarity with all production machinery equipment and facilities, methods of operations, adjustment and changeover procedures and application to specific jobs.
4.He or she may be required to work with factory representatives of machine suppliers in order to gain knowledge of new high-speed and automatic equipment as assigned.
5.He or she must know and follow G.M.P. regulations concerning housekeeping, record keeping, cleaning and sanitation procedures, of all production or processing equipment involved in daily production lines.
6.Assist in the training of employees of a lower classification for the purpose of increasing their skills. Also oversees the work of these employees as directed by immediate supervisor.
7.He or she must be capable of performing major rebuilds.
8.May be asked to assist Engineering in developing and/or coordinating formal training (written) documents and/or videotapes, for use in formalized training sessions on existing or new equipment.
9.Responsible for following all safety regulations as well as insuring mechanics of lower classification assigned to department are in compliance. Safety regulations include but are not limited to wearing goggles, face shields, welding helmets, wearing of proper clothing, equipment lock out procedures, etc.
10.Responsible for ordering and maintaining appropriate inventory of equipment of parts and supplies for the department.
11.Must be able to perform all responsibilities of Mechanic I, II & III.
12.Evaluate mechanic training needs and process.
13.Any other duties assigned by immediate supervisor.
- High School diploma required.
- Five to eight years of experience of technical school training equivalent in a journeyman mechanic position.
- Knowledge of machinery and assembly line functions and operation of same.
- Capable of reading, interpreting and comprehending technical training manuals, blue prints and specifications.
- Display excellent mechanical ability.
- Capable of instructing mechanics and specialists in subordinate hourly positions.
- Exhibits exemplary attitude and safety records
- Pay Type Hourly
- Employment Indicator Indirect
- kdc/one Port Jervis, 20 West King Street, Port Jervis, New York, United States of America